Through the Student Care Office, students can receive biblical guidance and counseling, connect to Career Services, make appointments for academic or financial advising, and get help finding answers to other questions.
The Academic Advising Office is available to help students develop effective study habits, test-taking strategies, time-management skills, and other skills that contribute to general academic success. In addition, this office connects students with tutors in a variety of subjects.
PCC’s Graf Clinic, staffed by medical professionals with Baptist Medical Group of Pensacola, provides students with health care during regular clinic hours for minor illnesses and injuries. Fees incurred for on-campus labs, diagnostic testing, and pharmaceuticals will be applied to the student’s account at the time of service. After-hours health needs and serious illnesses or injuries are referred to off-campus medical facilities associated with one of three area hospitals.
PCC does not accept responsibility for illness or accident on or off campus, in PE classes, extracurricular games, varsity sports, or any other sports activity. Students use school facilities and participate in school-directed or school-related activities at their own risk.
PCC does not accept financial responsibility or provide insurance for students needing emergency medical care, hospitalization, or off-campus medical attention. Students are responsible either to provide their own health insurance coverage or coverage through their parents or to pay the cost themselves.
Career Services assists students with finding internship opportunities and employment after graduation, which includes hosting Educator Recruitment and Career Fair in the spring. The Career Services website allows students and alumni to connect with organizations regarding their respective job interests.